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  1. no one can see the future to predict that. you will need to contact the embassy when everything opens back up.
  2. dont count on it. we are way too divided and always will be because of things like biased media and garbage like facebook and the proliferation of trash like infowars. its every man for himself now.
  3. US numbers are going to accelerate exponentially as more people get tested, including people who die. count on it. Steele works on the front lines of this, so frankly he has more credibility than anyone else in this thread.
  4. no one knows what will happen, you just have to wait until it is open again and ask them
  5. personally i think you will be back to work before interviews resume, not to mention any potential future travel restrictions. i anticipate that we will close the borders to any international flights before this is all over.
  6. it might be different now since things like student loans can be pushed back with a forbearance., i am hoping it comes in May actually, by then i will have already paid my taxes and my student loans will be paid off because i dont want the forbearance
  7. my doctor prescribed azithromycin for me as well as albuterol and said to take the azithromycin with mucinex to help with the breathing. i cant say its doing any good. the benzonatate seems to help with the harsh coughing though, so at least now i dont feel like i have a bunch of fiberglass in my throat all the time. doctor said to call if i dont improve or it gets worse and said do NOT take ibuprofin for chills, take tylenol instead. i do sort of feel like now i have stuff sort of in my lungs sort of like water because i have this sort of rumble when i breathe a little bit. we shall see what happens in a few days. hopefully i will be able to do more than just walk to the couch and back and maybe even go outside for a walk without wanting to just collapse.
  8. from the article i linked on page 1: The plan’s provisions are very simple. Adults would get $1,200 each and children $500 each. At higher incomes, the checks would get smaller: The benefit would start decreasing at a rate of $5 for every additional $100 in income. The phaseout starts at $75,000 in adjusted gross income for singles, $112,500 for heads of household, and $150,000 for married couples filing jointly; it would phase out entirely by $99,000 for singles and $198,000 for couples (with no children).
  9. it doesnt look like they are gonna be able to send them until May due to the logistics of it, so if people have not filed a return yet, i would advise them to do so, I already made sure my mom did
  10. https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/25/politics/senate-deal-stimulus-checks-coronavirus/index.html Qualifying income levels will be based on 2019 federal tax returns, if already filed, and otherwise on 2018 returns. (Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin earlier this month delayed the filing deadline until July 15.)
  11. it is based on 2019 if already filed, 2018 if not, so it was to our advantage to have already filed because now my wife is on it
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